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post #1 of 2 Old 10-06-2008, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Vega table saw fence adjustment

I just bought a Grizzly table saw with a Vega fence already installed.
The fence pivots towards the blade from the front clamp to the back. Angleing the locked in fence. I see a brass spring steel clip that locks the cam to the front horizontal tube. I do not see adjustment. Before I dig deep into dismantleing the assembly, can someone shed a little light on the adjustment theory?



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Perhaps the best solution would be to contact Vega and get a owners manual for the fence if the previous owner didn't have it. Then you'll have it for future reference, and you'll have part numbers incase you ever need any.
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